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Simple CPU Sensor

   1.1  

Plasmoid Script

Score 68%
alexoleshkevichalexoleshkev ich
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Simple CPU Sensor
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Simple CPU Sensor
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1535
Submitted:  Nov 22 2010
Updated:  May 13 2014

Description:

The most AWESOME CPU sensor for KDE 4! For real people who likes simplicity!

Just shows temperature value without annoying decorations and animations. That's it.

FEATURES:
* Supports configurable overheat alerts.
* Designed to be embedded into panels.
* provides basic configuration:

- font size and styles
- overheat level and color
- normal color
- C or F units scale
- some other pretty neat things.

INSTALLATION:
- use KDE's "Get new hot stuff" to install.

MANUAL INSTALLATION:
- unpack downloaded archive.
- run ./install.sh
- select newly installed plasmoid from plasma widgets.


GITHUB: https://github.com/alex-oleshkevich/simple-cpu-sensor


PLEASE DO NOT REPORT ISSUES AND REQUESTS HERE. USE GITHUB PAGE FOR THAT!




Changelog:

1.1:
+ plasmoid now autodetects temperature sensor, as result:
+ added support of AMD processors

1.0:
+ migrated from Python to QML
+ added possibility to hide units sign (C or F) from being displayed
+ added "bold" and "italic" font styles
+ updated default styles

0.5.2:
+ added support for AMD FX processors (thanks to icewind1991)

0.5:
+ fixed issue when plasmoid was not able to get temperature on several hardware
+ added temperature units support (hello, America)
+ added support of Intel Core i5 M480

0.4:
+ added font settings (family and size)
+ thermal source changed to sysfs instead of deprecated procfs
- removed support of lm-sensors

0.3: Added configuration options via interface:
-- color
-- overheat color
-- check interval
-- selection of grabbing method

0.2: Temperature source changed to sensors in order to provide compatibility between different machines (so u need to have the lm-sensors package installed. The old method is still exists and commented out.

0.1: Initial release






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Source(simple-cpu-sensor.zip)
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 cpu

 
 by guzzorustyjoe on: Mar 22 2011
 
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could you make a simple cpu meter for plasmoid


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 Re: cpu

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 22 2011
 
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probably yes. if you describe what definitely you mean.


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 Re: cpu

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 23 2011
 
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http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Simple+CPU+Meter?content=140181

try this one.


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 I made a great Nvidia sensor

 
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Hi there

I made a great Nvidia temp sensor out of this :-)

i just replaced:

sensor = commands.getoutput("sensors | grep temp2");
sensor = sensor[sensor.find("+")+1:sensor.find("C")-2];

with this:

sensor = commands.getoutput("nvidia-settings -q gpucoretemp | grep '0.0' | awk '{print $4 0}'");

and set class:
class GPUTemp(plasmascript.Applet):

and:
return GPUTemp(parent)

Works great thanx for the nice code


I am Vaxxipooh and I am totally committed to the festive mode.

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 Feature addition

 
 by Hookahey on: Mar 24 2011
 
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Hi

I added a small feature to the plasmoid. It adds an inertial momentum to the temperature change. My CPU temperature oscillates between two values when idle (50-51°) and it is rather distracting to see the plasmoid reflect these changes. Now it will only display a change if there is a bigger difference (3°).
This code snippet should be added to the init() function:
Quote:

...
self.resetTimer = QtCore.QTimer()
self.resetTimer.setInterval(30000)
self.resetTimer.start()
QtCore.QObject.connect(self.resetTimer, QtCore.SIGNAL("timeout()"), self.resetOldTemp)
self.resetOldTemp()

self.timer = QtCore.QTimer()
self.timer.setInterval(2000)
self.timer.start()
QtCore.QObject.connect(self.timer, QtCore.SIGNAL("timeout()"), self.updateLabel)
self.updateLabel()

Also add the following snippet after the retrieval of the temperature in updateLabel():
Quote:

...
if (abs(t - self.oldTemp) > 3):
self.oldTemp = t
else:
t = self.oldTemp
...

and before setting the label text. One would have to experiment a bit with the threshold value but 3° seems to produce good results. The second timer used above is there to force showing the real temperature value if for a longer time (30s) there was no change otherwise the shown value can be off by +-2 and stay there. That's what the function below is needed for:
Quote:

def resetOldTemp(self):
self.oldTemp = 0


Bye
Hookahey


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 Feature addition

 
 by Hookahey on: Mar 24 2011
 
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Hi

I added a small feature to the plasmoid. It adds an inertial momentum to the temperature change. My CPU temperature oscillates between two values when idle (50-51°) and it is rather distracting to see the plasmoid reflect these changes. Now it will only display a change if there is a bigger difference (3°).
This code snippet should be added to the init() function:
Quote:

...
self.resetTimer = QtCore.QTimer()
self.resetTimer.setInterval(30000)
self.resetTimer.start()
QtCore.QObject.connect(self.resetTimer, QtCore.SIGNAL("timeout()"), self.resetOldTemp)
self.resetOldTemp()

self.timer = QtCore.QTimer()
self.timer.setInterval(2000)
self.timer.start()
QtCore.QObject.connect(self.timer, QtCore.SIGNAL("timeout()"), self.updateLabel)
self.updateLabel()

Also add the following snippet after the retrieval of the temperature in updateLabel():
Quote:

...
if (abs(t - self.oldTemp) > 3):
self.oldTemp = t
else:
t = self.oldTemp
...

and before setting the label text. One would have to experiment a bit with the threshold value but 3° seems to produce good results. The second timer used above is there to force showing the real temperature value if for a longer time (30s) there was no change otherwise the shown value can be off by +-2 and stay there. That's what the function below is needed for:
Quote:

def resetOldTemp(self):
self.oldTemp = 0


Bye
Hookahey


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 Version 0.3?

 
 by roctheme on: Mar 14 2012
 
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Try to download, but I get just the version 0.2!


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 Re: Version 0.3?

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 14 2012
 
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alexoleshkevichalexoleshkev ich
aliashkevich .com

hi, this actually 0.3 version but manifest was not updated. Fixed.


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 Re: Version 0.3?

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 14 2012
 
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hi, this is 0.3 version actually but manifest.desktop was not updated. Fixed.


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 Re: Re: Version 0.3?

 
 by roctheme on: Mar 14 2012
 
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Thank you.

But now I see, that my problem is not caused by an old version.

Yesterday I have installed your plasmoid and it works. Today I try to install the plasmoid on an other Notebook. It seems to work, but I cannot see the simple-cpu-sensor dialogue. So my first idea was, that this was caused by the not updated version of your plasmoid.

But this was not the reason: I don't see the setting dialogue on the second notebook.

Do you have any idea why?


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 Re: Re: Re: Version 0.3?

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 14 2012
 
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Hm, probably. the reason is in your KDE version. Initially it was written for 4.6 and updated for 4.8 lately.

Please, unpack the archive (this is a regular zip-archive) cd into simple-cpu-plasmoid directory and run "plasmoidviewer ." without quotes. If there (in terminal) would be any issues, please, post them here.

If all is ok, just run "plasmapkg -u ." or execure reinstall.sh script.

Also, after that actions execute "kbuildsycoca4"


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Version 0.3?

 
 by roctheme on: Mar 22 2012
 
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The problem was not the KDE-version (same on both PC).

The problem was due too the temperature detection on my second notebook. apci does not work and lm-sensors all times detect a constant value.

After reinstall your plasmoid, I see the dialog on my second notebook too.

Thank you very much for your help!


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 Wrong download

 
 by elric80 on: Mar 14 2012
 
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Hi :) Very nice plasmoid, but I had to fetch it from your git repo. Source download links to skeleton-plasmoid.zip.plasmoid. I see you just
updated the link a few hours ago, so it may be sthg else.

Thanks for this :)


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 Re: Wrong download

 
 by alexoleshkevich on: Mar 15 2012
 
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alexoleshkevichalexoleshkev ich
aliashkevich .com

Sorry for that -- my bad ;) I reuploaded the correct plasmoid.


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